After viewing this TMZ video, I was very curious about the facts of sleep orgasms. I wasn’t sure if they were true and if so, why I haven’t had one. This prompted me to do a little Google research.
Broadly Blog posted a complete description of sleep orgasms including what they are and how to have one.
According to the Kinsey Report, around 37 percent of women will experience sleep orgasms by the age of 45. If you’re in your 20s or 30s and have still never woken up climaxing, you’re in luck. The highest incidences of nocturnal orgasm for women overall occur between their 40s and mid 50s—unlike men, who sadly experience all the dream-coming in their teens and early 20s before seeing it diminish rapidly in their 30s.
“It’s a bit like a present from your brain,” says Jade, 24, who only really experiences sleep orgasms when she’s going through a serious sex drought. ‘I’m not getting a lot of action, I sometimes even got so bored of not having sex that I lose interest in masturbating, and my brain reminds me that yep, I can still orgasm.” When she’s in the middle of a sexless desert, Jade can have a couple of nighttime orgasms a week. Sometimes she helps herself out in her sleep, sometimes it’s hands free.
I have had a few droughts but I guess my brain just doesn’t want me to climax while I am sleeping and I can fully respect that. Although I am sure it would make for a better day.
What about you? Have you ever had a steamy dream and woke up in a full blown orgasm?